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Nick McKim Jul 18
Just had a visit from two Immigration Department officials and been instructed to leave PNG. I will accept this deportation and leave tomorrow. But no matter where I am I will never stop fighting to expose the truth about the humanitarian calamity of offshore detention
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💧Prof Kerryn Phelps AM Jul 17
The culture of secrecy around continues. An independent delegation should be allowed to visit Manus Island and Nauru to investigate and report on the situation on the ground.
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Nick McKim Jul 16
Back on . Last time I was here innocent people were denied food, drinking water, electricity, meds and besieged for weeks. Hard to believe it could be worse, but it is. Those left to rot in exile are being denied hope for the future.
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Shamindan 17h
Today on & we're entering the 7th year of Australia’s great shame, its inhumane policy. For more than 6 years we've been detained indefinitely. Is this a “fair go”? Is this a reflection of your humanity
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Shamindan 14h
On we feel great anguish to think that we've been dumped here for no reason other than political ideology. Shockingly most Australians are silent & will remain so having been manipulated by the Government
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Amanda Perram Jul 17
This is insanity 😡 They are going to deport an Australian Senator rather than allow him to see and report the truth about Australia's offshore concentration camp on .
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Peter Murphy Jul 11
Please tell me again how you can't understand why ordinary Germans allowed the atrocities to occur during Hitler's Nazi regime. Morrison's Govt imprisons hundreds of in offshore hell-holes on & AND holds children in detention too.
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RAC Sydney Jul 16
There are around 800 refugees and asylum seekers still being detained on and after 6 yrs of torture! Please take a stand this weekend at one of the 24 rallies happening around the country. Find the one nearest to you here:
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Pipaloola! #IHATETHELNP Jul 17
They've got plenty to hide on ...
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People Just Like Us Jul 17
Why the ? Hey trolls ask yourself this : If everything is just fine, surely there is no rea$on to hide what i$ going on ! When will politician$ travel there ? thank you. death camp$ are a toxic . Can’t but worldwide
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Peter Murphy Jul 9
As a Christian, I find PM 's call for "more love" while attending the insulting and utterly insincere. Morrison's Govt imprisons hundreds of in offshore hell-holes on & AND holds children in detention too.
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Shamindan 10h
Six years of my life lost on Island, Let us start our lives.
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Natalie Whiting 11h
PM wants Australia to set timeline for closure and says he will raise the issue with Australian PM Scott Morrison when he visits Australia:
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Amanda Perram Jul 17
Australian politicians live their entire lives without ever having to face the innocent refugees they have trapped on and for 6 years - this is what happens to those with integrity who go to report the truth.
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Amnesty International Australia 🕯 14h
"Authorities in Australia should do the only humane thing and immediately bring the refugees and people seeking asylum to safety. The abhorrent practice of offshore detention must end." Amnesty's
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Beverley Callow 1h
Ballina Acapella Choir tonight at Ballina Region for Refugees Vigil for Compassion
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Jan Mahyuddin Jul 17
This is the most extraordinary gaslighting. Have no idea how he gets away with it.
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yarekidsindetention? 4h
July 19th, 2019. Dear Diary, I cannot yet rest, not while Australia is okay with refugees being imprisoned, neglected, threatened, abused, sexually assaulted, beaten, stabbed and murdered in our name. Not until they're safe.
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Dawn Barrington Music 5h
DENMARK WA - week 85 Today it's 6 yrs since the policy for asylum seekers who arrived by boat changed. Unbeknown to the 3000 or so people who arrived on or after that date. People seeking safety were placed in detention camps for "processing" on and
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Amanda Perram 9h
Six years of my life lost on Island: refugee writes on anniversary of 'PNG solution'
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